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city, democrats line with mark murray. good morning. caller: >> good morning. your program is very interesting on sunday morning. obama promised to close guantanamo, and now there are over 40 people, prisoners on hunger strikes, including quite a few of them being forced fed. can you comment on that, mr. murray? guest: yes, the guantanamo bay prison does remain open and there are people reporting and experiencing that this is not a fair system, it is not justified for them to be able to do. president obama made this a big priority of his during the 2008 presidential campaign. congress was unwilling to work with him one way or the other on that, and that is the reason why it still remains open and it is kind of a sore for him as well as capitol hill, washington, and a lot of the legal community. host: rewinding history, the bush museum let you decide. a number of exhibits, including a complete replica of the oval office. at a cost of $250 million. the dedication ceremony will take place on thursday. president obama will join all living former presidents at this event. there is a rel
news senior political editor mark murray looks at the potential political impact of the bombings in boston and what's ahead for congressional action on guns and immigration. ill braniff, director of the anti-terrorism group talks about terrorism. and a report on torture by the united states. "washington journal," live at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. >> the f-35 is the most expensive weapons system in the history of the united states. history of mankind, quite frankly. it is an advanced warplane, a fighter jet that is to be used by the air force, the navy and the marine kerp. it's the replacement for the f-16 for the air force, for a number of other planes for the marines and navy. supposed to be our new, advanced, all-purpose fighter jet. it was a plane that was supposed to be in the skies fighting now. still in development. it's an incredibly troubled program. it's a program that has gone tens of billions of dollars over budget and i burrowed into this program as a way to write about the overall challenges of trimming the defense budget because this program is in some ways singu
gutierrez. after that, legislation. this morning, nbc news senior political editor mark murray looks at the potential political impact of the bombings in boston. on what is ahead on congressional action for guns. the executive director of the national consortium for terrorism and responses to terrorism. he talks about his group of the studies about how often americans think about terrorism. and ken eiler from the constitution process discusses the group's recent report on torture by the united states. "washington journal" is next. ♪ good morning. in washington this week, the debate over immigration will continue in the u.s. senate. another round of hearings in the senate to did she or he committee senate also debating whether states could be allowed to collect sales taxes. expect a vote on the president's choice to head up the office of management and budget. silvio burrell coming up -- .ylvia burwell expecting your more questions questions into the boston marathon bombings and the ongoing federal investigation. it is sunday, april 21.
mark murray, senior political editor for cbs news. two days of hearing and the events in boston and these two brothers came to the u.s. has essentially a legal citizens, ironically becoming citizens on september 11, 2011. how have the events impacted what we will be seeing in the weeks ahead? guest: legislation will not be passed in full until july, august, or september. it is too early to tell. one thing we do know is that supporters of this are concerned a little bit. we saw senators john mccain, lindsey graham, put out a statement on friday afternoon saying this should not have happened at all. if you are going support comprehensive immigration reform, it would be to make sure that people come out of the shadows, that the country knows who is in this country and who is not. they were really defensive, trying to come out for this type of thing. it is important to note in this debate that these two brothers came to the united states for asylum, but i am not sure that is applicable to the big contours' of the immigration reform bill that is trying to give a pathway to citizenshi
welker and nbc senior political editor, mark murray here at the table. nia malika, what was your take-away on the subject of syria. because the president really did seem to try to soft-pedal any talk of military action. he said that the pentagon has been planning for a year at his request, but they're not doing anything very soon. >> that's right. i mean i think in a lot of ways we didn't learn much more than we already knew. which was that this was an administration that has been active so far with sanctions and providing us some humanitarian aid and communications aid. but as far as anything more than looks like a military engagement. he certainly didn't suggest that the administration is in any way prepared to do that. it looks like we're in for a long haul in terms of a timetable in confirming the use of chemical weapons, who used them. why they were used, who was killed. and that sort of thing. so this again is a sort of iraq war hangover. where that was a situation where people think there was a rush to judgment. on no wmds turned up and here you have a president outlining the o
will be released this week as well. it is a big week in washington, d.c. we'll get the first read with mark murray. he will give us the breakdown on this important week for all of us. >>> and we know the obsession surrounding her mom's next move but what did chelsea clinton say when asked if she would run for office? her answer is one of the things we thought you should know. all stations come over to mission a for a final go. this is for real this time. step seven point two one two. verify and lock. command is locked. five seconds. three, two, one. standing by for capture. the most innovative software on the planet... dragon is captured. is connecting today's leading companies to places beyond it. siemens. answers. man: the charcoal went out already? ... forget it. vo: there's more barbeque time in every bag of kingsford original charcoal. kingsford. slow down and grill. bjorn earns unlimited rewards for his small business. take these bags to room 12 please. [ garth ] bjorn's small business earns double miles on every purchase every day. produce delivery. [ bjorn ] just put it on my spark card. [
and then we'll turn our attention to politics. mark murray is going to join us and about five minutes. this. on our twitter page. point on our twitter page. two moreea moved missile launchers. apparently indicating is pushing ahead with preparations for a test launch. south korea and its allies have been expecting some sort of north korean missile launch. one unidentified south korean military source telling reuters that satellite imagery showed north korean forces had moved those two missile launchers to the southern province. more details available online at marsha is joining us from burlington, vermont on the question of the boy scouts of america saying yes to gay scouts, no to gay leaders. a vote by the executive committee of the boy scouts of america. what is your take on this? even though the statement allows gay youths, i still have to comment on that just because of the callers that have been calling in. i don't know how all the orgazaon is, but decades, write? i am sure it gay youth have been sleeping in tents with other boy scouts for a long time, and as far as i know
editor mark murray. al neuharth died last week at the age of 89. he founded "usa today" and the freedom forum. he was born in 1924 in south dakota. he served in the infantry in world war for. next a discussion with mr. neuharth from the 25th anniversary of "usa today" in 2007. he's joined by judy woodruff, helen thomas and ken paulsen. from american university, this is just over an hour. >> thank you very much. it is an honor to be here. you probably can't hear this but al is whispering to me that that is much too long an introduction for the editor of "usa today." it should be three snns and out. >> that's not all i said. >> you asked if i wrote it, that's right. that's a new record. seven seconds before he interrupted me. we're going to have a fun night. it's just an honor to be here. and i'll be very brief because he will cut me off at the knees, no question about it. but i was fortunate enough to be on the first staff of "usa today" back in 1992 and though we were all optimistic and hopeful, i'm not sure any of us took for granted a 25thth anniversary celebration and to come back as
ready to point their finger back at the establish many. joining me now, political editor mark murray. so not a civil war but a culture war. between the gop here. >> it is typical. this is what happens when you lose a presidential contest and two straight presidential contests and you have the finger pointing going on. in a lot of ways, a very healthy debate to have that. it won't be something that will get resolved until the republicans end up having their nominee come 2016 and that person being able to win. so this is something that goes on all the time. but you are right. you have social conservatives pointing the finger at economic conservatives. economic conservatives pointing at social conservatives. military hawks saying our party isn't strong enough on defense. it is all coming out into the open. >> we've seen this before after a loss. the new factor, the new player in the game, the issue of same sex marriage. and let me play what brian brown, the president of the national organization of women said on "meet the press" as well. >> marriage is by definition is union of a man and a
, mark murray. we might all recoil at the notion of nepotism in a if you going democracy, but in reality this happens more often than we think and for less than nefarious reasons. sometime we like voting for the guy we know. >> the reason it happens is name i.d. it is so hard for somebody with a plain name to jump into politics. particularly running for a governor's seat or a statewide u.s. senate seat. if you have a famous last name, particularly if you come from a family that has big ties to that particular state, you have a leg up on all your competition, on fundraising. that's why sometime it does matter. it isn't always consequential. there are instances where the dynastic lost. one who lost to bill nelson last year in the senatorial contest. so it matters but it is not the most consequential thing. sfim come down to a candidate's skill as well as probably the most important thing, the overall political environment. republicans have a better time turning off voters in offyears. the gop to retain the house. maybe even pick up the senate. which are the democratic dynasty candidates wh
. >> joining me now. mark murray, we read the other headlines. what would your headline be from the event last night? >> everyone trying to read the tea leaves about 2016. i know that's a long, long time from now. we're not going to get a decision from hillary clinton on whether she's going to make a bid probably for another two years. but that isn't stopping folks to try to read in some way or fashion, is she running? is joe biden going to run? and so the 2016 speculation is rampant, even though most of it is speculation at this point. >> absolutely. andrea mitchell reported that they both really got a warm response from the audience. but of course for hillary clinton, there was just an enormo enormous groundswell of appreciation from the women in the audience. >> you have to realize the approval ratings and the favorability ratings she has right now. all-time highs for her. when her husband was president or even when she was running in 2007 and 2008, she never experienced popularity almost universal popularity the way she is right now. so now is the almost kind of apex. when you do start to
. we'll talk with nbc senior political editor mark murray. first, a lot going on today. here are some things we thought you should know. charlie rangel of new york is suing house speaker john boehner and six other lawmaker to have his 2012 censure on ethics charges overturned. he argues that members of the house ethics committee withheld evidence that could have cleared his name before the entire house voted to censure him. it covered a wide range of activities including failing to pay taxes on rental income for 17 years. >>> anthony weiner back on twitter. he was caught sending a young woman accepting suggestive pictures on twitter. he is now considering, reportedly considering running in the race for mayor in new york city. those are things we thought you should know. when our little girl was born, we got a subaru. it's where she said her first word. (little girl) no! saw her first day of school. (little girl) bye bye! made a best friend forever. the back seat of my subaru is where she grew up. what? (announcer) designed for your most precious cargo. (girl) what? (announcer) the all
gutierrez. and then, al neuharth who died last week. and nbc senior political editor mark murray. >> this week on "newsmakers," luis fwueterres., member of the house judiciary committee and member of the so-called gang of eight working on immigration in the house. two reporters here to help us ith questions. from "the washington times" and the yarble journal. the first question -- >> you've been working with republicans and democrats in the house on an immigration proposal. can you tell us what is the same and what is different about your proposal from the proposal unveiled by the senate earlier this week. >> interesting, number one, i think the senate is headed in the right direction. i'm happy. they put the proposal forward. i look forward to working with them after we finish the proposal in the house. as we were discussing earlier, we're going to be on the same planet. unlike 2006, where you had sensenbrenner and you had a bipartisan comprehensive bill coming out of the senate which you couldn't -- i don't think it's going to be that difficult, though it will be, you know, the
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. joining me now, senior political editor mark murray. so mark, of course, the events in boston have impacted everything. >> politics and particularly the stories that you and i often talk about when it come to gun, immigration, even electoral politics have taken a back seat to the events taking place in boston. but there is some movement on immigration. nbc news has learned a lot of the details in the gang of eight immigration reform proposal that those bipartisan senators have put together. you mentioned that there are some meetings with president obama about this at the white house. however, there wasn't going to be a press conference. that ended up getting canceled about any type of situation like that. then on gun control. my colleague kasie hunt is reporting that getting the 60 votes, it is facing some hurdles on getting to that 60-vote threshold. >> okay. thank you very much. we'll talk of course with you tomorrow on both of those issues and give our audience the latest developments. thank you. >>> among those being hailed as heroes following the boston marathon bombings, the
as an excuse. >> joining me now, mark murray. we're just a few minutes away from the nation marking one week to this day, at 2:50 eastern time. when those bombs went off during the marathon. i want to talk about the lingering effect including this immigration debate. >> it is important at the outset to say that the two suspected terrorists came into this country when they were between the ages of 9 and 16. with their parents under asylum. they were level imgranlts. the second brother dzhokhar became a u.s. citizen in 20 level. the major planks of this immigration reform legislation as you and i have been talking about deal with undocumented immigrants having a pathway to obtain citizenship and legal status as well as enforcing the u.s./mexico border and making sure that employers aren't employing illegal immigrants. none of those seem to be applicable to this but it has set off a political debate. >> thank you very much. i want to transition and take you to boston. jay gray is standing by. we are about ten seconds away from the moment of silence throughout the nation focused on boston. let's
% for months. >> joining me now live, nbc news political editor mark murray. another incredible week. we're seeing honestly, lawmakers on both sides with legitimate questions, as are the american people asking regarding what happened prior to the bombings, mark. >> yeah. tamron, this will go on for weeks and weeks. the biggest development had to do with the fact that people thought the fbi, how often did they end up questioning the tsarnaev brothers. and this is a story that is now become a political football. we've seen it questioning about the fbi. we've seen it on the immigration debate. we've seen it on the house floor. at least one house republican accused president obama of not keeping the country safe since 9/11. >> and i want to follow up with you. the headline, senators quietly new path on gun control. when we saw the background check go down, many people thought if you can't get that passed, you cannot get anything and the conversation is over and perhaps moving to immigration reform. it looks like there are some rumblings behind the scenes. >> there is some movement. you have
't have perpetual campaigns. joining me live, senior political editor mark murray. the president holding these early democratic fund-raisers for 2014. this is in sharp contrast to what we saw four years ago. what's different between now and then? >> the biggest difference is in 2009, the obama administration was just getting its government up after winning the white house. it was also dealing with an economy in free fall. a lot of those factors contributed to you didn't see the president jetting to so many fund-raisers, particularly with the 2010 replied terms in mind. this time it is different. president obama doesn't have to worry about running for re-election again. and there isn't the same type of economic collapse and also kind of national crisis going on. and democrats certainly want to take back the house. they want to control the senate. that's why you're seeing the party's top fund-raiser making the stops. >> to that very point, especially about the house. you and our nbc first read team notes that if it had its struggles, the white house would have preferred to hold off on fund
political editor, mark murray on set. what does this report mean politically, most significantly for the white house that had been claiming a lot of progress just a couple of weeks ago. >> politically, not good news at all. you look at numbers, everyone was expecting 190,000, 200,000 jobs created. but this 80 is less than half of that. everyone was celebrating a great jobs report last month. democrats were celebrating, republicans were silent. now it's the opposite. republicans are criticizing the administration, you have democrats that are silent. in one thing to note about the economy, it never is as bad as it seems, but it's never as good as it seems, either. that's the position that it's been in for the past year or so. >> agendawise, how does this impact the president as he tries to focus on so many things on his plate. >> i think you'll hear him need that they need to eliminate the sequester and you're going see them as they've unveiled their new budget proposal, there needs to be washington work together to create jobs to make it more sustainable for the country. >> you me
are a little legal forgiving. >> quite a week. joining me now, senior political editor mark murray. so we ended that with sanford. we want to talk about hillary clinton. the global forum that she is part of. you have this new poll out showing head to head match-ups. 2016, forever away. nevertheless, it's as you said know, it shows hillary clinton defeating chris christie, rand paul, marco rubio. these are polls taken off something that is far, far away. only mr. roarke and tattoo on this political fantasy island. nevertheless, it is abuzz this week. >> we have a very, very long way to go until 2016. when you look at the numbers that show joe biden, hillary clinton versus their respective counterparts, the democrats have the advantage. i think that is generic. they're in a stronger political decision over republicans. things can change. there will be a lot of twists and turns over the next few years. i would note the one republican who gives both hillary clinton and joe biden a run for their money is chris christie who was uninvited at that recent cpac conference in the washington, d.c. area. so
. joining me now, senator political editor mark murray. thank you for your time. i want to play first jeff sessions on "meet the press." he is not convinced about this immigration bill. let's take a listen. >> i'm not convinced. i know senator rubio's heart is exactly right and i really respect the work of the gang of 8. but they have produced a legislation that will give amnesty now. legalize everyone that is here effectively today. >> in addition to that objection, mark, senator sessions rattled off some of the things we've heard in the past. that the american workers will be hurt. the economy will suffer even more when 11 million plus people as he says, will be given amnesty here. so was marco rubio effective or not? >> well, it still remains to be seen. so far he has been effective. one of the biggest reasons is the word that senator sessions just mentioned in that clip, amnesty. in a way that dominated and the political debate in 2006 and 2007. it was part of the conservative resistance to comprehensive immigration reform. this time around you've seen marco rubio saying this is not am
signed, but maybe a little early to say there is no possibility of that. >> you know, perry, mark murray and i have made the comparison to mccain-feingold. it didn't make it, didn't pass but took the marc rich scandal, coupled with enron at the time. then you saw the momentum. it may be that this is the beginning and we probably shouldn't be judging whether gun control is dead or alive in this country this year. >> and you're seeing so many laws in maryland and new york. gun control is alive in the states susan just mentioned. also this vote, i don't think we know necessarily. there are 53 yes votes probably right now and 8 people, 9 we don't know about. but these families are making a big impact. you saw how susan collins was very wary of -- she dissed the families and didn't spend enough time with them. you can tell they're worried about that. this vote is not predictable because of these families and how they have galvanized washington. >> dan, can they have the same impact in the house? >> no, i don't think they can have the same impact on the house. the house is the true polarized c
/unfavorable score is in negative territory, pretty much unchanged from 2010, so over the last three years. >> mark murray, thank you very much. an interesting scene tomorrow in texas. we wicarry it live. >> we'll be watching. >> yes, we will. >>> and doing something from the airline furloughs from the sequester. we will talk with congressman chris van holland as the delays continue. here are some things we thought you should know. secretary of state hillary clinton and the state department for security lapses that led to the u.s. embassy attack in ben g aga in benghazi. there were questionets already answered in great detail. >>> a launch by gabby giffords. it takes aim at senator kelly ayote. >> it says here, ayotte voted against gun background checks to keep guns out of the hands of criminals. are you serious? what, she just ignored us? >> a new poll find house minority leader, nancy pelosi is the best known congressional leader, but also the least likeed. gallop found that 48 % rate her unfavorably. those are things we thought you should know. b positive?? have you eaten today? i had some leban
of america must strive to expand the reach of freedom. >> joining me now, nbc news political editor mark murray and political analyst jonathan alter. i don't have to tell you that this come with the news regarding syria that it may have used chemical weapons against its own people. we're now about intel. you look at many years ago, the weapons of mass destruction intel certainly not what it was supposed to be, not accurate on. this day this library is dedicated. >> there is a fancy word for it. synchronicity. no fly zones. that goes back to the clinton administration, dealing with these thorny problems in the middle east. when do we intervene? when do we not? if we draw red lines and we don't do anything when somebody crosses them, what are the implications? what are the implications for our people when you see what happens to our veterans with ptsd and all the other things. >> and affecting the mindset of the american people who hear this breaking news in syria and say we are not ready to go into another country. with the boots still on the ground in afghanistan and the situation in ira
this hot race, senior political editor mark murray. we heard the moderator say that she went there. and i'm so intrigued by your analysis in that elizabeth colbert busch did not say you cheated on your wife. she brought it up in the context of budget and taxpayer money, considering that mark sanford certainly was a person who was a conservative and talked as a budget was his top priority for his state at the time. >> as long as i've been covering politics and mark sanford has been a fixture in american politics, first as a congressman, then governor of south carolina, he has built a reputation of being a fiscal conservative. and what is so damaging about his indiscretion and the affair that he had is not the affair. it was the allegation of a misuse of taxpayer money. ethics fines that he ended up having to pay, all of that. and that tears down one of his biggest strengths, is that fiscal conservatism. that's exactly the route that she went and the route that a lot of democratic ads bombarding that district are going. >> she had that nothing to lose attitude going down. even her tone. she
editor mark murray, and msnbc columnist. nbc learning that the four democrats and republicans who have been working on this, the gang of 8, they're getting together and planning to brief their colleagues of the details on monday evening. as we get these details, what's the thought here? over 1,000 pages some are saying? is there something for everyone and if not, who might actually stop this process? >> this is the best opportunity that immigration reform advocates have had in many years particularly after trying immigration reform in 2001, 2005, 2006 and 2007. as you mentioned, nearly 2/3, 64% favor a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. but it also includes more than half of americans. most of the public issues that president obama is pursuing, the overwhelming majority of americans proposal. here there is a split and that gives you a sense of why, while immigration reform though not easy has an impact on president obama's big agenda items. >> david, let's talk about border security in the bill. you wrote last week that if asked if the provisions are strong enough to ask
, the entertainment giant is libel because it liared and super prized dr. conrad murray. of course, he is the man who court ruled gave jackson a fatal dose of propofol. can they prove this in court? sunny hostin and mark geragos who represented mnlg and the author of "mistrial." good to see both of you. sunny, they want $40 billion. >> yes, they do. >> this is a lot of money saying that aeg was responsible for michael jackson's death an they point to an e-mail that could be very damning. they point to an e-mail from the ceo of aeg to the show director kenny or tay ga saying it's aeg not mj who's paying his salary. we want to remind him what's expected of him. can this e-mail be explained away? sounds like they're saying we paid him, picked him, that's a drink. >> that's a tough bun for aeg. i do think that they can explain it. bottom line is this case comes down to who was responsible for hiring dr. conrad murray? who did he work for? aeg can say i didn't have a contract with him. michael jackson brought dr. murray to the table. we never paid him a dime. and most importantly, they can point to what d
, representative gutierrez. and then, al neuharth who died last week. and nbc senior political editor mark murray. >> this week on "newsmakers," luis fwueterres., member of the house judiciary committee and member of the so-called gang of eight working on immigration in the house. two reporters here to help us ith questions. from "the washington times" and the yarble journal. the first question -- >> you've been working with republicans and democrats in the house on an immigration proposal. can you tell us what is the same and what is different about your proposal from the proposal unveiled by the senate earlier this week. >> interesting, number one, i think the senate is headed in the right direction. i'm happy. they put the proposal forward. i look forward to working w
of the fund that's been set up? >> yeah. it's adrian's fund. it was set up by nancy and mark. mark lightener owns the arthur murray studios in the boston area. he and nancy have been kind enough to set up a fund to help raise money for some of my health care needs, both mine and adams, as well as the prosthetic. i'm very thankful to them for that. they had done that on their own, and it was a pleasant surprise and i am very thankful to anyone who's donated to that. i will use it for prosthetic, that can be very expensive. i hope there is some left over to give back to the community. >> do you know the name of the fund? >> yes. absolutely. the name of the fund, i have it right here. it is just adrian's fund. it's on the web side is >> >> yes. >> adrian, i'm going to come see you. i'm going to come visit. i'm excited to see you. >> i'm not a very good client. you have a lot of work ahead of you. well, you've met your match. i wish you the best. i'll see you and adam soon. for more on to help adrian or others go to we went out and asked
native, mark martin, certainly in that mix. we talked about montoya and jamie mcmurray, who is currently second, part of that chip ganassi racing. already tonight we have seen mini-streaks stopped. kyle busch three straight wins. >> don't you love how the complexion of the things changed. at first it looked like a joe gibbs racing night and now they are nowhere to be found. >> let's listen in on jeff burton and some radio chatter. >> it's what you're made of here, jeff. you can do it, buddy. you can do it. >> richard childress chatting. >> that's a guy that knows how to get things done. they have won races. but the challenge is great, chris. i don't see it happening. i don't see how that front row can hold off the guys charging on him. even just getting a start with used tires will be a challenge. they will be three and four wide down into one. >> i will give michael waltrip a decaf for this. >> jeff burton finished second six times since his last win. that was charlotte, october 2008, 157 races ago. here's the dilemma, burton, mcmurray, and allmendinger, their tires are 60 laps older th
candidate, former governor mark sanford facing elizabeth colbert bush. >>> opening statements begin in the civil lawsuit filed by michael jackson's mother. alleging that conrad murray is responsible for jackson's death. >>> and happy anniversary to the duke and duchess of cambridge. william and kate were married two years ago today. seems so recent. >>> here's a look at what's coming up later on "today." matt goes one on one with marsha stewart about her work, life and her search for love. >>> and olympic gold medalist gabby douglas opens up about her life in the spotlight in her new book "raising the bar." keep it on this channel for news, weather, sports and more. i'm richards lui along with dylan dreyer. thanks for watching "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. have a great start to the week. . . . >>> a northern california town on edge. >>> finally headed to trial, accused serial killer gets ready to defend himself in court. >>> south bay businesses teaming up and talking about a lawsuit against major league baseball. >>> right now, a quick li
, if michael was a stranger or somebody i met in distress, i would make the same gallant effort. >> dr. murray, appreciate you joining us tonight. valerie wass as well. jeff toobin, mark geragos join me next. >>> also ahead, breaking news in the killings of a texas district attorney and his wife. that is them there. what their neighbor told gary tuchman in an exclusive interview ahead. rowing up fast, fighting seven signs of aging gets harder. introducing total effects moisturizer plus serum. for the ninety-two practices, two proms, and one driving test yet to come. she'll need our most concentrated total effects ever. schwab bank was built with all the value and convenience tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 investors want. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 like no atm fees, worldwide. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 and no nuisance fees. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 plus deposit checks with mobile deposit. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 and manage your cash and investments tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 with schwab's mobile app. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 no wonder schwab bank has grown to over 70 billion in assets. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 so if you're looking for
is accusing achlaeg of negligent hiring of dr. conrad murray. >>> a surprising moment from mark sanford. he gave a victory speech with this woman by his side. this is the same woman that sanford admitted to having an affair with in argentina after saying that he was hiking the appalaichan trails. sanford won the primary senate seat. sanford will face democrat elizabeth colbert bush, stephen colbert's sister. >>> and outside the line, rice is shown throwing basketballs at the players and hurling homophobic slurs. >> you're a [ bleep ]. >> cnn has reached out to the university and coach for comment. they have not called back. >>> kevin ware is back on a louisville campus after he shattered his leg. he hopes to travel with the final four but his doctor will have to clear him. rachel nichols will talk to ware live at 3:30 p.m. eastern. >>> in just a couple of hours, president obama embarks on a mission to revive a nationwide support for gun control. traveling to colorado, a state affected by recent gun violence at an aurora movie theater. some of the toughest gun control measures in the country
met in distress, i would make the same gallant effort. >> dr. murray, appreciate you joining us tonight. valerie wass, as well. thank you very much. jeff toobin, mark geragos join me next. fol he me on twitter. >>> also ahead, breaking news in the killings of a texas district attorney and his wife. that is them there. what their neighbor told gary tuchman in an exclusive interview ahead. more than two years ago, the people of bp made a commitment to the gulf. and every day since, we've worked hard to keep it. today, the beaches and gulf are open for everyone to enjoy. we've shared what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. bp's also committed to america. we support nearly two-hundred-fifty thousand jobs and invest more here than anywhere else. we're working to fuel america for generations to come. our commitment has never been stronger. how far do you want to take it? up to you. chevy cruze's six-speed transmission allows for lower shift points, offering an e.p.a.-estimated 36 mpg highway. okay, then. [ laughs ] what a test-drive. yeah. it's really more of a r
it. appreciate it. >> thanks. >>> you can hear from mark sanford himself 4:00 eastern talking with "the lead" today 4:00 with my friend jake tapper. >>> well, he was michael jackson's doctor, now conrad murray trying to clear his name. not only speaking from prison, now he's singing. blast of cold feels nice. why don't you use bengay zero degrees? it's the one you store in the freezer. same medicated pain reliever used by physical therapists. that's chilly! [ male announcer ] bengay zero degrees. freeze and move on. [thto fight chronic. osteoarthritis pain.. to fight chronic low back pain. to take action. to take the next step. today, you will know you did something for your pain. cymbalta can help. cymbalta is a pain reliever fda-approved to manage chronic musculoskeletal pain. one non-narcotic pill a day, every day, can help reduce this pain. tell your doctor right away if your mood worsens, you have unusual changes in mood or behavior or thoughts of suicide. anti-depressants can increase these in children, teens, and young adults. cymbalta is not for children under 18. peop
a witness as we were we all. and kelly's court. joining me, mark eiglarsh and david, they want tens of billions of dollars, david, i'll start with you on that, the company that hired dr. murray, okay, i get that, but the company is saying, michael jackson had something to do with his own behavior? >> yeah, megyn, trace brought up the point about michael's long history of drug abuse and they're going to bring in the evident from the santa maria trial, the molestation trial and that could backfire, this is more the reason that aeg has to do a thorough background check on dr. murray, check into out of control debt that's a big issue and knowing that michael jackson has a history of doctors, flighty doctors inappropriate with administering medication. >> megyn: donning you got hired as michael jackson's doctor unless you have a flighty history. that's the point with finding somebody who would give him what he wanted, i don't know if you blame that on this company or michael jackson? >> well, aeg is blaming on it conrad murray and jackson, jackson was a troubled adult and conrad murray,
? >> i don't see how. >> yes. >> mark, the judge ruled it's not admissible, if the lawyers try to get it in they're going to be slapped down by this judge. >> he doesn't know the defense, listen, conrad murray is responsible for michael jackson's death and also, michael jackson also in part to blame for his death and the credibility is greatly in question. >> the theory here is negligent hiring, the theory on the part. whether he sired one kid or ten kids and-- >> a means to embarrass the jackson family, but we'll see how it plays out in court. oliver twist, who knew. and within budget. angie's list members can tell you which provider is the best in town. you'll find reviews on everything from home repair to healthcare. now that we're expecting, i like the fact that i can go onto angie's list and look for pediatricians. the service providers that i've found on angie's list actually have blown me away. join today and find out why over 1 million members count on angie's list. angie's list -- reviews you can trust. >> may be free for the national september 11th memorial in new york city
, quote, a total disaster. a wal-mart spokesman said murray's departure was quote, his decision. you can see the stock there, trading down. >>> all right, as we do every 15 minutes let's check the markets. gray wolf execution partner, chief technical analyst, mark newton is on the floor of the new york stock exchange. and mark, what's behind all the existment today in your opinion? >> well, a couple of things to change just in the last couple days that are interesting and important to highlight. one, that you started to see a few signs of china and also commodities starting to bottom out. yesterday we saw a big move in some of the industrial metals. we've seen some defensive sectors start to stall out. these are some of the year's biggest outperformers. this year is obviously mostly defensively led, looking at health care, looking at staples and looking at utilities. we're starting to see signs of staples and utilities starting to stall. we're seeing a sign that the market could push higher. the market has been incredibly resilient. a lot of it is u.s. and japan. we haven't seen extent o
's death because it hired and supervised dr. conrad murray. murray was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the criminal trial. the civil try is expected to last three months. >>> there was pain and gain at the box office this week. the mark wahlberg action film debuted at number one, followed by "oblivion" which took in more than $17 million. and "42" came in with $10.7 million. >>> so we've seen the boston marathon attacks bring out the best in americans, donating to the victims and families it also brings out scam artists what to watch out for. we'll tell you that coming up next. and then treats day after day... block the acid with prilosec otc and don't get heartburn in the first place! [ male announcer ] one pill each morning. 24 hours. zero heartburn. oh, boy. [ groans ] ♪ ♪ [ engine revs ] ♪ then you'll love lactose-free lactaid® it's 100% real milk that's easy to digest so you can fully enjoy the dairy you love. lactaid®. for 25 years, easy to digest. easy to love. your doctor will say get smart about your weight. i tried weight loss plans... but their shakes
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